Thursday Oct 28, 2021
Thursday Oct 28, 2021

Lifestyle

Spending time in nature promotes early childhood development: Study

Oct 24, 2021
Recent research by the University of British Columbia suggests living in areas with high exposure to green space can help set them up for success.

Stuy finds illness-related messages significant motivators for exercise

Oct 23, 2021
Fitness apps that emphasise illness- or death-related messaging are more likely to be effective in motivating participation than are social stigma, obesity, or financial cost messaging.

Know these benefits of wine's red grape pulp

Oct 23, 2021
Better not to keep the mashed, leftover pulp from red grapes in the early process of making wine aside, as according to a new Cornell University-led food science study, viticultural leftovers have numerous nutritional benefits.

Collecting scraps for livelihood

Oct 21, 2021
While there are not many scraps to collect in a festive time, beer bottles can be found in large numbers and we pay Rs 1 per bottle

Illness related messages motivators for exercise: Study

Oct 19, 2021
Fitness apps that emphasize illness- or death-related messaging are more likely to be effective in motivating participation than are social stigma, obesity, or financial cost messaging.

Study reveals optimal blood pressure helps brains age slower

Oct 17, 2021
Recent research by The Australian National University scientists found that optimal blood pressure helps our brains stay at least six months younger than our actual age.

Study finds proteins that support photosynthesis in iron-deficient plants

Oct 17, 2021
According to a Dartmouth study, researchers have found out how iron-deficient plants protect themselves from damaging light.

Sleep loss does not impact ability to assess emotional information: Study

Oct 12, 2021
It's no secret that going without sleep can affect people's mood, but a new study showed that it does not interfere with their ability to evaluate emotional situations.

Study finds what makes people break from herd to make different decision

Oct 10, 2021
Researchers have attempted to find what makes people break from the group to make a different choice.

Study examines picky eating in college students

Oct 9, 2021
According to a new study, self-identified picky eaters in college students ate significantly less fibre and vegetables and reported greater levels of social phobia than non-picky eaters.




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